Daily Archives: January 18, 2018

Flying over England

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0: First Blog Post

Blog post 0. Below is a photo of trees in North Carolina! Continue reading

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Intro Blog Post

Hi everyone! This is my first blog post and the picture above is from my summer vacation to Banff National Park in Canada. This picture was taken on the Highline trail, which my family did over the course of a day. Continue reading

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This is Me!

I’m Katie! I’m a freshman and I’m from the Chicago area and I absolutely love every part of it. From the Cubs to the brutal winters, I wouldn’t trade any of it. Usually, I intentionally avoid “touristy” Chicago because they can’t see the true beauty of Chicago beyond the picture the news creates (I’ll give … Continue reading This is Me! Continue reading

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My First Blog Post

Facebook Hello, Check out the NASA website! Continue reading

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The Pervasive Nature of Astrology in Popular Culture

Astrologists: Airheads. Idiots. Superstitious children. Continue reading

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Speck of Dust and Cosmic Sand (Blog #1)

As of the time of writing, Voyager 1 is over 21.1 billion kilometers away from its launch point of Earth. This distance seems long to most, but in the grand scheme of things it is almost nothing at all. This distance represents only 0.2% of that of a lightyear, meaning that a photon released from … Continue reading Speck of Dust and Cosmic Sand (Blog #1) Continue reading

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